Sydney's Medtronic office forced to shut Sydney
Sydney's Medtronic office forced to shut down following the coronavirus confirmed case of a staff member.
A staff of Medtronic, a global medical technology supply company, has been tested positive from coronavirus, which has compelled the company to close its office located in Macquarie Park in Sydney. Medtronic is a big company that provides medical technologies and supplies to different hospitals in 150 countries. The company products include cardiac monitors, ventilators, stents, insulin pumps, and heart replacement derivatives, and many others.
The Sydney office of Medtronic diagnosed six people undergoing COVID-19 and dealt with two critical cases of coronavirus, which led to the death of two aged patients. The office has been closed after the confirmed case is reported and is going through sanitization and cleaning. The case of coronavirus of the staff member was published on Monday, March 9. The employee is kept on quarantine and is treated under the guidance of NSW Public Health.
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